Holy Spirit

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  • Nature Of Christianity

    He ascended from heaven into Mary’s womb and became the son of man. He was conceived through the Holy Spirit and was born of a virgin. His home place was Nazareth, where he lived in poverty. He performed miracles and preached about his father-God. Jesus did not have political power, wealth or human influence (Luther’s 2010). He died on the cross for the…

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  • Michael Reeves's Delighting In The Trinity

    Through reading the book, Delighting in the Trinity, I discovered how God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit are all connected and how that affects my life today. I learned what God desires for his people and how He wishes for us to live a full and flourishing life. As I continue my journey at Taylor University I see how God wants us to live together in fellowship and love one another with the same love God has for us. Reading Michael Reeves book has helped me see the love God has for me. I…

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  • Trinity In God Essay

    Trinity, due to the three main ways He interacts with His creation. God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. In the Bible there actually isn’t even the term trinity, but it is however implied. Tim Case describes the trinity as follows, “There is only One True God, eternally self-existent, revealed in three distinct divine persons, The Father, The Son – Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, coequal, without division of nature, essence (substance), or being.” In 1 Corinthians 8:6 it says, “yet…

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  • Being A Disciple Of The Triune Family Essay

    as deriving from the Father and progressing toward sinful humanity through the mediation of the Son. Grace is not giving us what we deserve. Jesus came as the only way to salvation. Grace is a gift from God through Jesus Christ and the work of the Holy…

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  • Brief Analysis Of A Pastor Baart's Story

    I believe that Pastor Baart would agree with Colson when he says, “…serious Christians actually live happier, more fulfilled, and more productive lives by almost every measure.” I believe that Pastor Baart would agree with Colson because in all three chapters he provides evidence for why the life of a true Christian is the happiest, most fulfilled, and most productive. Pastor Baart does so by establishing our identity and purpose, the identity and purpose of each person in the trinity, and the…

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  • Secular World View Of Education Essay

    searched the Scriptures and talked with the pastor that I came to an understanding. I listened to the pastor’s reasoning and saw that he was sincere with his thoughts and I actually agree with him now. This experience has taught me the trust the Holy Spirit as I read the Bible and not to count out a solution based on my own…

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  • Mysteries Of The Trinity Essay

    contains the concept of the Trinity, which is a certain train of thought that allows Christians to understand the relationship between God’s three entities: father, son, Holy Spirit. This paper ask, why did Christians choose to develop and believe in the Trinity. How they had to think of a way to describe God as the creator, human, and Spirit. Focusing on how other religious groups tried and failed to describe what role Jesus plays in their religion. This paper provides background on how…

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  • Essay On Trinity

    convictions all the more nearly look like the polytheistic/henotheistic convictions of the Jehovah 's Witnesses and Mormons. Mormon principle holds that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three separate Gods in authority over this world. Jehovah 's Witnesses trust that Jehovah God made Jesus – a lesser god, and that the Holy Spirit is essentially Jehovah 's dynamic drive in this world. These convictions are nearer to the old pagan convictions than is the Trinity doctrine, which is entirely…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Liturgical Worship

    person’s body. The author, Paul F. M. Zahl charges such worship as a formality of a liturgy worship in some churches, which is outlined in the text: • The first charge, the fundamental and central one, is that formal-liturgical worship quenches the Holy Spirit. That is to say, by addressing God in forms and by doing it the same way within an ever-repeating cycle of occasions—such as Sundays, baptisms, marriages, and funerals—the church is trying to tie God’s hands. The church is conspiring to…

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  • Pliny: The Ruling Position Of Women

    Oppenheimer (2013)10 provides opposing views to female leadership as a ruling position. He states that a woman can be ordained a deaconess if she is faithful and holy, for the ministries toward women. Furthermore, that position is one strictly of service and women can teach younger women, but is not a ruling position.10 He also referenced a letter that Pliny wrote to the Roman emperor Trajan in which he mentions deaconesses in the Eastern churches. Oppenheimer admits there are references in…

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